Male? Facing reality? The glass cellar jobs? Shorter life expectancy? Issues not recognised? Male genital mutilation fine? The workplace death gap fine? Longer custodial sentences for men fine? Feminist narcissism and historical revisionism unquestioned? Shouted down by feminists? Accused of 'patriarchy' and 'oppression'? A woman aware of all these issues or wanting to learn more? Grab a cuppa and pop in here...
The Misandrist Universe Of Helen Mirren
Helen Mirren - she likes to swear, lives in an alternative universe, and just enjoys blaming men for everything.
You know, it’s strange. Life is strange. And it’s strange
just what alternative universes people can live in. Especially women like Helen
She didn’t want children. Fine. Who’s interested? Well, I
would say that women in my life who have chosen the child-free route are most
often questioned by other women. It’s not something men seem that interested in
when making conversation with a woman on a purely social level.
But, perhaps due to some motherhood ‘fraternity’ thing, I
have often heard women being called ‘unnatural’, ‘unfeeling’ and ‘not a true woman’
by other women when they don’t have the maternal instinct.
That’s not true, of course.
But that seems to have been a strong recurring problem child-free women in my life have encountered.
Men don’t usually ‘go there’, as we might have said in the
But Helen Mirren really expects us to believe that other
women have never questioned her child free state and it’s always ‘boring old men’?
‘The Oscar winning actress said it has never been women who
have questioned her childless existence, but only ‘boring old men’. And whenever
they went “What, no children old girl? Well you’d better get on with it,” I’d
say, “No, fxxx off!”’
Does not compute, Ms Mirren, does not compute.
These misandrist luvvies spout all kinds of nonsense and think we're all rabid radical feminists who will buy it wholesale, or that we came up on the last bus. Several people who commented on the Daily Mail article echo my findings. Here's one:
In my experience it is always women who ask when i am going to have children. Before my sister had kids I had one acquaintance tell me that she saw one of my siblings one day and thought how strange it is that none of us had children yet ..... i was about 22 at the time........................ She thought it was SO strange. I guess it was for her when her 6 or 7 siblings all had children before they were out of their teens! That to me is much STRANGER! Men might ask but they might just be making conversation, women ask so they can be nosey and judgemental. I wish mothers didn't look at childfree women with pity because a lot of us are very happy and where we want to be! We look at a mother's life and think 'no thanks'. I love kids and am very involved with my siblings kids, but i still don't know if i am going to have any myself.
Feminism was never Not Rotten by Karen Straughan (a.k.a. GirlWritesWhat) Y ears ago, when I embarked on my investigation into the feminist movement and what it has become, I subscribed to the understanding that there had once existed a magical age of feminism. Of course I did. It was common knowledge, even among anti-feminists, that early feminism was a noble and well-intentioned movement, and that somewhere along the way it was hijacked by lunatics and man-haters bent on female supremacy. I was curious as to exactly when, and by what means, this virtuous movement had been corrupted, so I went on something of an archaeological expedition, digging through piles of documents and old news articles and treatises from as far back as the late 1800s and earlier, transcripts of speeches given by well-known suffragettes like Susan B. Anthony. My unexpected findings were as follows: Feminism has never been a righteous movement seeking equality. The “noble” Suffragettes were soaked in sexism, c
Heck, I'm glad to be male. I'm privileged! Yup, I'm so privileged. Feminists say so all the time! I was recently 'counting my blessings' as a male, and there's so many things that men are 'privileged' in - things in which we come out on top. I started compiling a list, just for those days when I'm feeling a bit down and need to check my privilege. Here's what I've found so far... 1) Men die around six years earlier than women on average. Until recently, women retired five years earlier. 2) The vast majority of workplace deaths - around 95% - are male. This is a privilege as men do the vast majority of the dirty/dangerous work which keeps feminists' - and indeed all women's - comfortable lifestyle functioning. 3) In law, men face rough justice. They are far more likely to be given custodial sentences than women and generally afforded much less consideration. Baroness Hale, feminist President of the Supreme Court has recently o
Penny Mordaunt, now, amazingly, Leader of the House of Commons, is a narcissistic Feminist of the lowest order. And on Twitter she has recently been bringing up the usual illogical claptrap - unquestioned in our land of chivalry and matriarchy: Today the Leader @PennyMordaunt hosted parliamentarians and civil society leaders working to protect and enhance women's rights and democracy here in the UK and across the world. We are working to create the networks and tools we need to support this fight. Um, well, firstly, women have more rights in the UK than men. Seriously. And if you're going to try and gaslight us about 'historical wrongs', please don't bother. We've read the true facts about the vote, thank you. The suffragettes were often violent, misandrist terrorists. The vote was never simply a right without accountability - many men had the accountabilities but not the vote. Men die younger than women. Women have 'all women shortlists' for posh job